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Casino Poker for Beginners: Introducing Poker Room Personnel, Part 1

Continuing his "Casino Poker for Beginners" series, Robert Woolley describes various poker room personnel you're likely to encounter playing live poker.

Hold’em with Holloway, Vol. 38: Things to Say and Do When You Bust a Poker Tournament

In latest Hold'em With Holloway, PokerNews Managing Editor Chad Holloway offers his recommendations on things to say & do when busting a poker tournament.

Five Common Mistakes New Poker Players Make

Poker can be a humbling game, with even experienced players still making mistakes. Here are five common mistakes those new to poker often make.

Could Joe McKeehen Freeroll His Way To an Extra $2 Million?

With such an enormous chip lead heading into the November Nine, Joe McKeehen could conceivably fold his way to millions, if he so desired.

One Weird Trick For Instantly Recovering From a Bad Beat

Robert Woolley has one simple task you can perform when encountering a bad beat that can help you reset and recover instantly. And, well, it's easy.

Talking Poker: Three-Betting

This week's "Talking Poker" discusses "three-betting" and associated strategy while looking back at a famous, bluff-filled Phil Ivey-Paul Jackson TV hand.

Casino Poker for Beginners: Three Ways to Respond When Making Mistakes

Every poker player makes mistakes -- we're human, after all. But there are different ways to handle it when you do, some much better than others.

Alec Torelli’s “Hand of the Day”: Would You Call This All In vs. Daniel Negreanu?

In a new "Hand of the Day," Alec Torelli shares his thoughts regarding a much discussed hand he played versus Daniel Negreanu at the EPT Grand Final.

Responding to the Surprising Postflop Shove in No-Limit Hold’em

A hand near end the end of the LAPT Peru Main event presents an example of a passive player becoming bold postflop, and the challenge to respond correctly.

How I Survived The World Series of Poker Main Event Bubble

Carlos Welch shares his experience surviving the WSOP Main Event bubble to cash and recounts some of the strategies he employed to do so.

Should You Play Poker with Maniacs or Find Another Game?

Playing poker with one or more "maniacs" is necessarily going to mean having to endure higher variance. Should you welcome such games or avoid them?

Three Triple Draw Tips from Stephen “stevie444” Chidwick

Stephen "stevie444" Chidwick provides some sound 2-7 triple draw strategy advice covering starting hand selection, betting tips, and snowing.

The Weekly PokerNews Strategy Quiz: Is Being Superstitious Unlucky?

This week's strategy quiz includes questions about what's allowed when talking at the tables, pot-limit Omaha hi-low strategy, pot odds and equity, and more.

Two-Time Sunday Million Winner Rob Tinnion: “More Work Leads to More Money”

UK poker pro and coach Rob Tinnion, winner of the Sunday Million twice on PokerStars within a six-month span, shares advice about how to improve your game.

Committing Chips With the Worst of It; or, A Lesson in Equity

Sometimes pot odds favor going with less strong hands because your equity dictates doing so. That is to say, sometimes you don't have to "get it in good."

Hold’em with Holloway, Vol. 37: Lessons in Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Low w/ Evan Jarvis

In this week's column, Chad Holloway talk about his experience playing 2015 World Series of Poker Event #49: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-Lo 8 or Better.

How Your Superstitious Beliefs Are Costing You Money

Being superstitious about poker is not only irrational, it takes up valuable mental energy better used for analyzing how your opponents think and play.

Fedor Holz Discusses His Big Day 5 Bluff in the WSOP Main Event

Fedor "CrownUpGuy" Holz discusses a huge hand from Day 5 of the WSOP Main Event in which he found a great spot to make a big river bluff.

The WSOP Main Event Comes of Age: Tracking the Trend Toward Youth

The WSOP Main Event attracts players of all ages, but with each passing year the final table has been getting younger and younger, as Darrel Plant shows.

Playing On Top: 2015 WSOP Main Event Leaders Talk Big Stack Strategy

We talked to three of the big stacks entering Day 3 of the 2015 WSOP Main Event to discover the strategies they intend to employ going forward.